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Route parameters


So far we've seen how to link a static URL to a Blazor component. Static URLs are only useful for static content, if we want the same component to render different views based on information in the URL (such as a customer ID) then we need to use route parameters.

A route parameter is defined in the URL by wrapping its name in a pair of { braces } when adding a component's @page declaration.

@page "/customer/{CustomerId}

Capturing a parameter value

Capturing the value of a parameter is as simple as adding a property with the same name and decorating it with a [Parameter] attribute.

@page "/"
@page "/customer/{CustomerId}"

  @if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(CustomerId))
<h3>Select a customer</h3>
  <li><a href="/customer/Microsoft">Microsoft</a></li>
  <li><a href="/customer/Google">Google</a></li>
  <li><a href="/customer/IBM">IBM</a></li>

@code {
  public string CustomerId { get; set; }

Note that when a navigation is made to a new URL that resolves to the same type of component as the current page, the component will not be destroyed before navigation and the OnInitialized* lifecycle methods will not be executed. The navigation is simply seen as a change to the component's parameters.